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You Can Now Go For A Bottomless Raclette Cheese Dinner

Joanna Freedman

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You Can Now Go For A Bottomless Raclette Cheese Dinner

Featured Image Credit: The Cheese Bar

You can now dine on bottomless raclette cheese at The Cheese Bar in London.

Perfect for anybody fanatical about fromage, the tasty new deal means you can feast on as many servings of the oozy cheese dish as you can handle for a full 90 minutes.

The Ogleshield raclette is drizzled over new potatoes, crown & queue glazed ham and/or vegetables and cornichons. Yum.

You can feel good knowing you're supporting a small businesses affected by the pandemic, too, as The Cheese Bar is getting all of its stock from Ogleshield cheesemaker Jamie Montgomery, who was left with a whole load of surplus stock because of reduced business during lockdown.


But the best part is the hour and a half feast will only set you back £9 (down from £18) on Wednesdays - that's literally just 10p per minute...and we can scoff a lot of cheese in a minute!

Fancy bottomless raclette? (Credit: The Cheese Bar)
Fancy bottomless raclette? (Credit: The Cheese Bar)

The hefty discount is because the restaurant is taking part in the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme, which slashes the price of meals by 50 per cent on certain days, when customers eat in (up to £10 off per person).

Find The Cheese Bar in Camden Stables Market, in Camden Town.


If raclette isn't your thing, then why not try out the company's cheese conveyor belt instead?

Yep, you read that right. Mathew Carver, who founded the Cheese Bar, is reopening his 40 metre cheese conveyor belt in Seven Dials Market, so you can grab a whole array of tasty cheese treats as they travel around before your very eyes.

Pick & Cheese, located in the new KERB Seven Dials market, features 25 different cheeses for you to choose from.

There's unlimited cheese at Seven Dials Market too  (Credit: The Cheese Bar)
There's unlimited cheese at Seven Dials Market too (Credit: The Cheese Bar)

Cheese enthusiasts can revel in Mathew's selection of signature pieces or can simply pick out whatever dish catches their fancy.

From lighter cheeses like a buttery Gubbean or a crumbly Wensleydale, to stronger ones like a Rollright or pungent Renegade Monk, there's a little something there for everyone.

Basically, think Yo! Sushi, but with dairy.

The conveyor belt doesn't just do chunks of cheese. Oh no, it also offers more gourmet options, from a rosary goat's cheese stuffed into a mini doughnut with rosemary honey, to Fen Farm's Baron Bigwood with marinated sweet garlic. Mmmm.


Plus, you can grab the cheesy deal bottomless, too, as from August 8th you'll be able to grab as much cheese as you can eat for just £20 per person - or £10 if you dine on a Monday.

How brie-lliant.


"We couldn't be happier to finally re-open the doors to our restaurants after a long four months!" said Mathew.


"However, the struggle isn't over and knowing our beloved cheesemakers are sitting on copious amounts of cheese, we knew we had to do something special to help them sell it.

"By taking advantage of the "Eat Out to Help Out" scheme and the VAT cut to make the numbers stack up on bottomless cheese, I'm so excited to offer our customers exceptional value whilst also showing support to the incredible cheesemakers we work with."

You can book your unlimited cheese at Pick + Cheese, Friday - Monday, or unlimited raclette at The Cheese Bar on Wednesdays here.

Topics: Tasty Food, Cheese, Coronavirus, Tasty

Joanna Freedman
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